Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $25.00
$25/night with water and 50 amp electric. (I didn’t look to see if they had anything else except 50 amp service.) Cash or WI check ONLY. Camping is confusing. Map at self-registration station shows what sites are electric and which are electric & water. Hook-ups are on the grass next to the road. Some people parallel park on the road and hook-up under the rig or drive onto the grass with the tail facing the road other stay on the road and back up to the hook-ups. The park attendance put trash cans out near us the day we left. The bathhouse was clean, but you can only use the showers from 9 PM to 9 AM, the rest of the time they are locked. We were lucky we had one of the 5 tables in the park. There is a lot of construction that you can hear around the clock. The grass and the open areas of the park are nice, BUT there are goose droppings everywhere: on the walks, boat ramp and docks and all over the grass. You or the dogs can’t walk anywhere with getting into it: what a mess ! We will look for another place to stay next time we are in the area. We camped at Brown County Fairgrounds in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $25.00
This is a neat little short term stay location. It was very quiet and not very busy. Our MH was located on asphalt at the furthest end of the camping area overlooking the boat launch. We were able to watch a lot of local geese wander the nearby soccer fields. We also got to see a pair of local eagles that nest in the area. The only real downside was the dump station that was located on an incline from where you stop your RV. All-in-all, we enjoyed our stay here while visiting the Packer Facilities and wandering through all the shops in nearby Door County. We camped at Brown County Fairgrounds in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $20.00
The sites are grass and large. A few sites have water and electric. The power pedestal serves two sites. The showers are coin operated (we did not use them we used our shower) The website: 1) Shows the dates the campground is not available when the county fair or other special events are being held. 2) point to a brochure about the campground. 3) gives the driving directions for getting to the campground. There are no reservations. Strictly first come first serve. We camped here with a group. The campground itself was quiet, there is some train noise. We camped at Brown County Fairgrounds in a Motorhome.